Flat pedals win medals they say, and if you're in the campof death before clipless, the Men's Riddance Mid Cycling Shoe might just beyour new flat pedal trail shoes of choice. It has a host of features providingyou the confidence needed to progress your trail or park game in any condition. Giro has a long relationship with the technical rubberexperts at Vibram so it wasn't a surprise to see Giro calling it up and askingfor the rubber needed on the stickiest sole it's ever launched. This newMegagrip ISR rubber not only sticks to your pedals with impressive tenacity, ithelps dampen vibrations that lead to sore feet and fatigue. Rubber toe and heelreinforcements further increase durability while the gummy rubber withoptimized tread design mates to the Riddance's full-length EVA midsole thatsoaks up the hits on stomped landings or if you have to land sans bike. The upper is constructed from a durable, supple, andwater-resistant microfiber that's breathable, easy to care for, and looksgreat. A lace closure offers a near custom fit while the hook-and-loop strapoffers additional support and hides the laces from hungry chains. This mid-topversion adds a little more coverage for protection against your bike's frame,wheels, pedals, and cranks, as well as the trail and ramps and more support toprevent rolled ankles.
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